Borissov and Bulgarian President Rumen Radev have both visited Russia in recent weeks as they mount a charm offensive aimed at taking part in the new pipeline that will deliver Russian gas to Europe via Turkey.
Romania's ruling coalition finally succeeds in decapitating anticorruption body that has launched probes into dozens of top politicians and businesspeople.
Sentiment seen as shaken by turmoil surrounding decline of the Turkish lira and subsequent emergency rate hike.
Russian war reporter Babchenko appeared live and well at a press conference in Kyiv the day after pictures posted on social media appeared to show him shot dead in his apartment.
Warsaw says changes that will see Poland losing €19.5bn in EU funding in 2021-2027 are “unacceptable”, as Brussels shifts focus from GDP per capita to youth unemployment, climate and integration of migrants.
Tempest sucks up dried-out parts of the former water mass, poisons crops and hits livestock herds.
After years of delays Skopje has finally adopted an EU-requested energy law that foresees further liberalisation of the electricity market to include small firms and households.
Former Belgrade mayor Sinisa Mali takes over the finance ministry as Belgrade prepares to secure a new deal with the IMF.
LSE welcome for lender and Georgia Capital overshadowed by unsettled markets.
After the landslide election victory in April, politicians from Hungary's ruling Fidesz are referring to their strong electoral mandate to step up their fight against organisations they deem to promote migration.
Petro Poroshenko calls on foreign investors to "write their names in the history of Ukrainian success" but analysts warn that political instability, inefficiency and corruption are deterring investment.
"Samarkand" bond to enable local lender Hamkorbank to boost long-term local currency financing.
Speculation emerges after American senators move to block fighter jet deliveries in response to Ankara’s planned S-400 missile purchases and jailing of pastor.
The ruling parties no longer have a majority in the lower house of parliament following a string of defections from the PSD to ex-PM Victor Ponta’s Pro Romania party.
Ailing currency rises more than any other against the dollar as regulator hits on a policy tool change that delivers some relief.
"The largest player in the history of Russian insurance segment" will be created after state-controlled VTB Bank sells its insurance assets to Sogaz, the country's largest insurer, the bank announced on May 25.
Deal paves the way for J&T to return seized assets and call off the crisis management team it had installed at the troubled Chinese group's Czechia-based division.
Krugman assails Erdogan’s quality of leadership amid “big shock”.
With around 85% of the lucrative vivid crimson commodity cultivated in Iran, the Iranians expect to set the price for global trading.
Hungarian PM Orban has become a popular figure among alt-right supporters for his tough anti-Muslim and anti-migration stance.